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Thread: 12.8km, 8hrs28m later.

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    Member Malhunting's Avatar
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    12.8km, 8hrs28m later.

    And we shoot a deer right back at the start of the hunt!
    Yep all that walking and thinking about the next spot and when i get back to the bike Scotty calls me on the rino and says im just below you i have spooked a deer its coming your way! So i grab the gun of the rack, load it just in time to see 2 deer about to hit the track 20m in front of the bike, i nail the first one with a clean shoulder shot and the second spun on a dime and headed straight back down the hill but unfortunately not in Scottys direction.

    Was a humorous way to end a very long day but good to get a deer for friends.

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    Ha ha good stuff :thumbup:
    I often think about how many deer i must be driving past on the way and then walking past heading to the "good spots"

    Hunt your feet first ay .
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    haha awesome and a good solid walk

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    shit h0ot
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    An enjoyable day thanks for posting.
    1000yds is fun, 1500yds is getting interesting, 2000yds is exciting, 2500yds will blow your mind

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    Well done MH, they all count, good exercise along the way eh!
    While I might not be as good as I once was, Im as good once as I ever was!

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    Sweet looking meat

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    Nor West of Auckland on the true right of the Kaipara River
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